Johann Heinrich Hottinger (March 10, 1620 - June 5, 1667) was a Swiss philologist and theologian. Events 241 BC - First Punic War: Battle of the Aegates Islands - The Romans sink the Carthaginian fleet bringing Events 70 - Titus and his Roman Legions breach the middle wall of Jerusalem in the Siege of Jerusalem Switzerland (English pronunciation; Schweiz Swiss German: Schwyz or Schwiiz Suisse Svizzera Svizra officially the Swiss Confederation See Comparative linguistics for the narrower field of "comparative philology" Theology is the study of a god or the gods from a religious perspective
Hottinger studied at Geneva, Groningen and Leiden. Geneva (Genève is the second-most populous city in Switzerland (after Zürich) and is the most populous city of Romandy (the French -speaking Groningen is the capital city of the province of Groningen in the Netherlands. "Leyden" redirects here For other uses see Leyden (disambiguation. After visiting France and England he was appointed professor of church history in his native town of Zürich in 1642. This article is about the country For a topic outline on this subject see List of basic France topics. England is a Country which is part of the United Kingdom. Its inhabitants account for more than 83% of the total UK population whilst its mainland Zürich (, Zürich German: Züri, Zurich, Zurigo; in English generally Zurich) is the largest city in Switzerland and capital of the The chair of Hebrew at the Carolinum was added in 1643, and in 1653 he was appointed professor ordinarius of logic, rhetoric and theology.
He gained such a reputation as an Oriental scholar that the elector palatine in 1655 appointed him professor of Oriental languages and biblical criticism at the University of Heidelberg. The Orient is a term which simply means the " East " It originated in Western Asia to describe that part of the world The Palatinate of the Rhine (Pfalzgrafschaft bei Rhein later the Electoral Palatinate (Kurpfalz was a historical territory of the Holy Roman Empire The Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg ( University of Heidelberg, Ruperto Carola, Heidelberg University, or simply Heidelberg) is a In 1661 he returned to Zürich, where in 1662 he was appointed principal of the University of Zürich. The University of Zurich ( German: Universität Zürich) located in the city of Zurich, is the largest University in Switzerland In 1667 he accepted an invitation to succeed Johann Hoornbeck (1617-1666) as professor in the University of Leiden. Johannes Hoornbeek ( 4 November 1617, Haarlem - 23 August 1666, Leiden) was a Dutch Reformed theologian Leiden University (Universiteit Leiden located in the city of Leiden, is the oldest University in The Netherlands. Before he could take up this position he drowned with three of his children after the upsetting of a boat while crossing the river Limmat. The Limmat is a river in Switzerland. It is the continuation of the Linth river known as Limmat from the point of effluence from Lake Zürich, in the
His chief works are Historici ecclesiastica Nov. Test. (1651-1667); Thesaurus philologicus seu davis scripturae (1649; 3rd ed. 1698); Etymologicon orientale, sive lexicon harmonicum heptaglotton (1661). He also wrote a Hebrew and an Aramaic grammar. Aramaic is a Semitic language with
His son, Johann Jakob Hottinger (1652-1735), who became professor of theology at Zürich in 1698, was the author of a work against Roman Catholicism, Helvetiscize Kirchengeschichte (4 vols, 1698-1729); and his grandson, Johann Heinrich Hottinger (1681-1750), who in 1721 was appointed professor of theology at Heidelberg, wrote a work on dogmatics, Typus doctrinae christianae (1714). Johann Jakob Hottinger (1652 &ndash 1735 was the son of the Swiss philologist and theologian Johann Heinrich Hottinger. Dogma (the plural is either dogmata or dogmas, Greek, plural) is the established Belief or
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